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Venus is a terrestrial planet

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Venus is a terrestrial planet.


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Venus is not a gas planet it is a terrestrial or rocky type planet


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No, Uranus is called either a gas giant, or an ice giant. Terrestrial planets are small rocky worlds: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.


Venus is definitely a Terrestrial [solid] planet.


It is a rocky planet or terrestrial planet. Any planet before Mars is terrestrial and any planet after Mars is a gas giant.


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